2016 Oscars After-Parties: Part 3

Let’s finish this. 

Best Dressed: ANNE HATHAWAY at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Naeem Khan

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Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage

Serving up pregnant flapper goddess realness. I am in love.

Runner-UpTAYLOR SWIFT at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Alexandre Vauthier, purse by Jimmy Choo, shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti

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Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImage

Taylor’s squad is addicted to black cut-out gowns, but this is technically just mega-plunging, so I think it gets a pass. And she looks fucking gorgeous. I’m not totally sold on the bob in general, but I think it’s working wonders here. And A+ on the choker – it brings the look together so perfectly, this actually might have been a disaster without it.

Honorable MentionDIANE KRUGER at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Reem Acra, purse by Jimmy Choo

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Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

Diane Kruger can really do no wrong on the red carpet, even when she wears an over-embellished version of a gown we’ve seen before. It’s still magnificent, it’s just a WHOLE LOT of magnificence. Especially for, you know, NOT THE ACTUAL OSCARS.

RACHEL MCADAMS at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Naeem Khan, shoes by Stuart Weitzman

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Photo: Billy Farrell/BFA/Rex/Shutterstock

This is delicate and lovely and romantic, but not so sweet that it makes the cynic in me roll my eyes too hard.

GWEN STEFANI at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Yanina Couture, purse by Jimmy Choo, shoes by Christian Louboutin

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Photo: Scott Kirkland/Variety/Rex/Shutterstock

I think it might be a little bit too big on her, or that sheer fabric just doesn’t look great while she’s moving, but it’s vibrant and bold and fun as hell. I respect the effort.

NAOMI CAMPBELL at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Atelier Versace

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Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty

She can do whatever she wants and look flawless. That’s what happens when you’re Naomi Campbell. It’s not a very interesting gown, but that’s practically irrelevant what with the Naomi of it all.

ELIZABETH BANKS at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Ralph & Russo

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Photo: David Livingston/Getty

This is taking itself WAY too seriously. And that’s really disappointing coming from Elizabeth Banks, who I love precisely because she has so much fun with her red carpet game.

ZOOEY DESCHANEL at the Elton John party
gown by Sachin & Babi, purse by Edie Parker

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Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty

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KERRY WASHINGTON at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Atelier Versace

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Photo: John Shearer/Getty

I would love to meet the person who talked Kerry Washington into wearing a neon spaghetti harness. Seriously. That person is clearly capable of mind control, and we need to find who they are and how we can stop them before they strike again.

OLIVIA MUNN at the Vanity Fair party
gown by J. Mendel, shoes by Christian Louboutin

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Photo: Stewart Cook/Rex/Shutterstock

You can maybe get away with wearing a gown this busy, but not with a fucking ponytail.

DEMI LOVATO at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Dolce & Gabbana, earrings by Neil Lane

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Photo: Stewart Cook/Rex/Shutterstock

Girl, you are too young for this dress.

MIRANDA KERR at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Kaufmanfranco

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Photo: Rex

I am rolling my eyes so dramatically it hurts.

FREIDA PINTO at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Atelier Versace

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Love the color; hate the proportions; the belt is a crime against humanity.

Worst Dressed: JESSICA ALBA at the Vanity Fair party
gown by Roberto Cavalli, purse by Jimmy Choo, shoes by Brian Atwood

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Photo: Broadimage/Rex/Shutterstock

Damn. I used the “I’m so bored” gif way too soon. What else can effectively convey my disdain? Oh, I know!

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